Cover Reveal

Cover Reveal: See You Yesterday

October 19, 2021

I was honored to help reveal the cover for Rachel Lynn Solomon’s next YA romcom on Instagram yesterday, so I wanted to share my post and the gorgeous cover with all of you today! I am so excited for See You Yesterday, and I love how it matches Today Tonight Tomorrow! 😍

This cover was designed by Laura Eckes.


See You YesterdayRelease Date: May 3, 2022
Find it: Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, IndieBound

Barrett Bloom is hoping college will be a fresh start after her messy high school experience. But when school starts on September 21st, everything goes wrong. She can’t switch out of her Physics 101 class even after being humiliated by the awkward guy sitting next to her, and she botches her interview for the college paper. At a frat party that night, she accidentally tips over a tiki torch and sets the place on fire. She panics and flees, and when she realizes her roommate locked her out of their dorm, she falls asleep on a couch in the common room.

The next morning, Barrett’s perplexed to find herself back in her dorm room bed, no longer smelling of ashes and crushed dreams. It’s September 21st. Again. And after a confrontation with Miles, the guy from her physics class, she learns she’s not alone—he’s been trapped for months.

When her attempts to fix her timeline fail, she agrees to work with Miles to figure out what’s going on. They start skipping their classes in favor of the library and research trips that take them into the unexplored underbelly of the university and across state lines. As Barrett starts to fall for Miles, the two of them must find a way to grow and change alongside the shifting fabric of the universe. But the one question they can’t answer is what they’ll mean to each other if they finally make it to tomorrow.

 

Rachel Lynn Solomon

About Rachel

Rachel Lynn Solomon is the bestselling author of The Ex Talk, Today Tonight Tomorrow, Weather Girl, and more. Her romantic comedies for teens and adults have received praise from The New York Times, NPR, and Entertainment Weekly, as well as starred reviews from Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, Booklist, and Library Journal.

In high school, Rachel sang and played keyboard in an all-girl band, and she was once part of a group of people who broke a Guinness World Record for the most natural redheads in one place. After graduating from the University of Washington with a degree in journalism, she worked for Northwest media outlets such as The Seattle Times and KUOW Public Radio.

Originally from Seattle, she’s currently navigating expat life with her husband in Amsterdam, where she’s on a mission to try as many Dutch sweets as possible.

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4 Comments

  • Reply Kristina October 19, 2021 at 7:27 AM

    Ohh it is indeed very pretty next to today tonight tomorrow!
    Are they related however? If not that’d seem a bit wierd to me to match that much to being almost the same, ahah — I haven’t read TTT so the synopsis doesn’t fill me in on clues..

    • Reply Jordan October 19, 2021 at 8:56 AM

      I don’t believe they are related—Rachel does like to do cameos of previous characters in her novels (there is one of the T3 characters in her latest YA romcom WE CAN’T KEEP MEETING LIKE THIS) so there might be a cameo in this new novel. It looks like T3 has been selling very well (the paperback was out of stock for a bit), so I wouldn’t be surprised if the publisher wanted to do something similar for that reason so that readers would recognize it as being from the same author.

  • Reply Cece October 22, 2021 at 7:18 PM

    I love how they match too. The color combination the design team came up with is great and love the synopsis of this one too. The only book I have of Solomon’s is We Can’t Keep Meeting Like This.

    • Reply Jordan October 24, 2021 at 9:14 AM

      So gorgeous! I have all of her books, but have only read TODAY TONIGHT TOMORROW, THE EX TALK, and WE CAN’T KEEP MEETING LIKE THIS so far. I’m hoping to get to YOU’LL MISS ME WHEN I’M GONE and OUR YEAR OF MAYBE this fall/winter.

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